Reviews and Problems with Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
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1 August 2012
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Excerpt: Don't believe the hype. Using the Wii Remote to wield a lightsaber in Lego Star Wars: Complete Saga isn't the real deal. But that doesn't stop it from being one of the best games on the console. Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga, which includes updated versions of the previously released Episodes I to VI, is soaked to the bone in charm.
Excerpt: Whether you are a Star Wars fan or not, LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a wonderfully enjoyable 3D action game that will have you laughing out loud, swinging your Wii-remote and searching for your old LEGO blocks. While not perfect, the sheer charm of the game allows the player to ignore some of the faults and just enjoy the irreverent ride through a galaxy far, far away.
Excerpt: Written by Gukophoto Title: Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga Format: Wii / DS + Other Price: RRP £39.99 Wi-Fi: NO Players: 2 Although I was a partial fan of the Star wars series (never hard core, but always been there for the series) I had never played the star wars games on a console, partially because I thought it would have been lost without your own lightsabre etc.
Excerpt: Endless tinkering must be intrinsically linked to anything to do with the Star Wars brand. Look at poor old George Lucas. He just can't stop himself nipping into the backroom, whipping out those cans of film and felt-tipping brand new characters and space ships into his movies (before doing some quick sums and making 'cher-ching' noises to himself).